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Guinean Community Says Goodbye to Slain Driver

Guinean Community Says Goodbye to Slain Driver

By Daniela Castro | The AfricaPaper An immigrant taxi driver was shot and killed following an argument about the fare Bronx, New York, – Unnerved by the murder of one of their own in late September, Bronx taxi drivers are demanding prompt implementation of more effective safety measures. Mamadou Barry, 39, was shot and killed […]

FILM: Psycho, One of the Best Thrillers of All Time

FILM: Psycho, One of the Best Thrillers of All Time

By Lucas Jallah-Acosta | The AfricaPaper Robbinsdale, Minn – Alfred Hitchcock’s 1960 thriller Psycho, one of the greatest suspense horror films of all time, focuses particularly on its main character Norman Bates (Anthony Perkins), a haunted young man with particularly psychological troubles. A seemingly ordinary, meek man, Norman shows throughout the film his propensity for […]

Opinion: Why Every Diaspora Family Needs “Legacy Planning”

Opinion: Why Every Diaspora Family Needs “Legacy Planning”

By Henry M. Ongeri & Steven E. Antolak* Right upfront, let’s face it: we all like to put off unpleasant or uncomfortable thoughts or conversations. It is not easy to confront the reality of our own disability, weakness or mortality. So we put it on the back burner. However, the reality remains that burying our […]

Thousands Attend Events as Pope Francis Concludes New York Visit

Thousands Attend Events as Pope Francis Concludes New York Visit

By Alie B. Sheriff  | The AfricaPaper United Nations, New York – Pope Francis yesterday drew thousands of adoring crowds in New York, many waiting hours at various venues within the city hoping to catch a glimpse at the most intriguing moral leader. From the United Nations headquarters, where he addressed a conclave of world […]

Kenyan Government Links Terrorism Activities to Drugs Trafficking

Kenyan Government Links Terrorism Activities to Drugs Trafficking

By Harrison Mbungu | The AfricaPaper Mombasa, Kenya – Kenyan government has said illegal terror networks in Kenya are connected to drugs trafficking business which fund terrorism activities through youth events as the government intensifies its war against terror. Target  Groups Kenya has been hit by serious spate of terror attacks in the recent past […]

Same Sex Relations: “We Will Leave That to the People.”

Same Sex Relations: “We Will Leave That to the People.”

  As same sex relations continue to capture the debate across Africa, and the United States, President Peter Mutharika says Malawians should decide. From the capital, Blantyre, our correspondent reports. By Joseph Kayira | The AfricaPaper Blantyre, MALAWI – For all its well-deserved reputation as a God-fearing nation, the debate on the contentious issue of […]

Legal Notice

Published September 15, 2015 at 1:10 a.m. Public Notice (Official Publication) SUMMONS STATE OF MINNESOTA  COUNTY OF HENNEPIN   In the Matter of the Custody of: Hodan Mohamed Tani, DOB 09/09/2004   Fadumo Abdi Hassan, Petitioner, and Maryan Dualle   Hassan and Mohamed Tani Nour, Respondents.   DISTRICT COURT FOURTH JUDICIAL DISTRICTFAMILY COURT DIVISION   […]

Pierre Collins: “I am guilty because I killed my son.”

Pierre Collins: “I am guilty because I killed my son.”

By Issa Mansaray & James Fasuekoi | The AfricaPaper Minneapolis, Minn – Pierre Collins was sentenced yesterday to 40-years in prison after admitting to  killing his 10-year-old son. For months Collins has denied any role in the killing of Barway Edwin Collins. But in a public plea held at the Hennepin County Courthouse, Collins left […]

Lawyers at Home and Abroad

Lawyers at Home and Abroad

By James Kokulo Fasuekoi | The AfricaPaper New Hope, MN – Two law firms in the Northwest Metropolitan area of Minneapolis, Minn., have agreed to merge. The Transatlantic Law Firm, PLLC, of New Hope and Antolak Law Office located in Brooklyn Park, Minnesota. The merger was announced in a press release dated July 1, 2015. […]

Pierre Collins’ Trial Date Set for January 2016

Pierre Collins’ Trial Date Set for January 2016

By Issa A. Mansaray | The AfricaPaper Minneapolis, Minn – A Crystal City man, Pierre Barlee Collins accused of killing his 10-year-old son  will stand trial beginning Jan. 4, 2016. Judge Tanya Bransford set the trial date at yesterday’s hearing. The trial is expected to last about three weeks. Courtroom   Yesterday’s hearing lasted about […]

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